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Terrorists in J&K using 'calculator' to avoid surveillance by Army

Terrorists in J&K using 'calculator' to avoid surveillance by Army

The Army's signal unit is burning midnight oil along with NTRO and other agencies to crack this mechanism used by the terrorists.

Up close and personal – Get to know Sonam Kapoor better: Here's how

Up close and personal – Get to know Sonam Kapoor better: Here's how

Sonam Kapoor’s application will have exclusive pictures of the actress. You can also find her answering some of your questions.

Digital India programme will unite nation: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Digital India programme will unite nation: Ravi Shankar Prasad

The government's Digital India programme would not only change the country but also unite it, union Minister for Communication and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Monday.

Car dashboards that act like smart phones raise safety issues

When it comes to dashboard displays that are more like smart phones, two things are clear: Customers want them, and automakers are intent on supplying them.

Even toddlers love to use iPad

Even toddlers love to use iPad

Small babies are quite adept at using and mastering the latest technology, so much so that many toddlers can use an iPad when they are just one, and most of them master the gadget by their second birthday, reveals a new study.

Google India bullish on SMBs sector

According to latest research conducted by Zinnov on behalf of Google, SMBs in India have been slow to adopt the internet and out of the 48 million SMBs, only 5 to 6 percent businesses have a website.

Hackers turning smartphones into slave armies

Hackers turning smartphones into slave armies

Mobile security firm Lookout on Wednesday warned that Android-powered smartphones or tablets are being targeted with malicious software that puts them at the mercy of hacker overlords.

Nielsen, Adobe to measure online TV across multiple devices

Nielsen and Adobe Systems Inc announced an alliance on Tuesday that aims to measure the viewership of digital video across all Internet-connected platforms including TVs, smart phones and tablets as the television ecosystem undergoes dramatic change.

Amnesty International launches app for activists in danger

Amnesty International has launched a new open source app called `Panic Button` to help activists facing imminent danger.

Teens prefer smartphones over sex: study

Internet-addicted students would rather give up coffee, eating and sex than their smartphones, a new UK research has found.

App to protect your kids` privacy on social media

Want to share your kids` vacation or wedding photos just with friends and family on Facebook? This new parent-friendly app would make your life easy.

Smart phones at greater risk of malware attacks

Imagine if smart phones are infected to the same extent as personal computers. The resulting damage would be much more severe.

Technology that can deliver `NSA proof` smart phones

As the internet and mobile companies constantly strive for spy-proof, secure technology for customers who use smart phones, laptops or tablets, a team of scientists have shown how a novel quantum cryptography technology can help them achieve an `NSA proof` world.

White House testing smart phones other than Blackberry

So far Blackberry has been the only and the preferred smart phone of choice for the White House including President Barack Obama.

Sugar to power smart phones for 10 days!

Heard of a battery that consumes sugar and can run your smart phone for 10 days? This bio-battery may soon become a reality.

US, British spies tap mobile phone apps: Report

The National Security Agency and its British counterpart are tapping into smart phone applications to scoop up personal data, the New York Times reported Monday.

How office energy bills can be cut down

Researchers have shown how the ubiquity of smart phones connected to the office network can be used to monitor occupancy and reduce heating or air conditioning for unused spaces.

Storage for next generation of smart phones and tablets closer to reality

Researchers have developed a new way to build resistive memory devices that could become the storage part of the next generation of smart phones and tablets.

Samsung to cross 10 million mark of Galaxy S3 sales

Samsung Co also said that their handset division earnings would be more in the current second quarter than in January-March.

Now, Graphite an option for faster smart phones

Graphene, essentially a single layer of the graphite found commonly in our pencils can be used as an alternative to copper in creating smaller and faster smart phones.